e27 brings Echelon 2014 highlights in a cool infographic, videos and more
After the massive success of Echelon 2014, here are some interesting facts about the event. We also proudly announce launch of e27’s new YouTube channel. Subscribe now to watch all Echelon videos!By e27 Editorial Staff 10 Jul, 2014
At exactly this day last month, Asia’s biggest tech and startups conference Echelon 2014 kicked off. Ever since its humble beginnings in 2010, Echelon has been growing year after year, with nearly 1,700 delegates from 35 countries around the world attending the conference this year. This represents an increase of over 30 per cent as compared to Echelon 2013.
In a survey conducted among Echelon 2014 delegates, 97 per cent said they would recommend Echelon to a friend, while 91 per cent said they would attend Echelon again next year.
The conference saw participation from startups, corporates, investors, government agencies, and numerous media.
A glance at what took place at Echelon 2014
To summarise what happened during Echelon 2014, e27 has created an awesome infographic. Below is an excerpt, click on it to view the full infographic on e27‘s Pinterest site.
e27’s revamped YouTube page
As Echelon 2014 winds to a close, it’s time to announce that e27 is bringing out a new, revamped YouTube channel. Over the month of July, full videos from Echelon 2014’s Keynote and Panel Discussion, the Top 10 Launchpad pitches, as well as the Thought Leader Series powered by 90seconds.tv, will be uploaded daily!
Check out the video below for a teaser:
Viewers can also look forward to more original video content about Asia’s tech and startup industry. Want to get the lowdown on the latest tech trends in Asia? Subscribe now!
e27 Singapore e27 reports on tech startup news, trends and personalities relevant to startup communities in Asia. They also organize the much-celebrated Echelon conferences. Latest funding: Not specified Investors: Not specified
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